Adele Murdolo is the Executive Director at the Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health, a national centre of health promotion, research and advocacy for immigrant and refugee women. In this role she has been honoured to lead a team of inspiring and amazing women who are committed to creating positive social and political change with, and for, immigrant and refugee women.
Adele has a background in feminist research, with specific expertise in intersectionality, violence against women and women’s health. She has a PhD in Women’s Studies and History, and her most recent areas of publication include a history of the refuge movement in Australia with a focus on the involvement of immigrant and refugee activists, as well as a feminist analysis of the engagement of immigrant and refugee men in violence prevention. Adele was also a co-researcher on the ASPIRE (Analysing Safety and Place in Immigrant and Refugee Experience) Project and is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne.